The Best Way for PA Schools to Sell Anything
An Official PASBO Solution Provider
Municibid is a convenient and easy-to-use online auction website for schools, government agencies, authorities and utilities to sell their surplus and forfeitures directly to the public. All auctions take place online and are available to bid 24 hours a day.
We believe your business is something we need to earn.
While we have been in business for 13 years, serve thousands of governments and schools, and continue to consistently grow and expand across the country, we know we still need to work hard to earn your trust and business.
Please take a moment to watch our walkthrough video below to see why over 50 governments and schools are making the switch to Municibid each month.
You name it, you can sell it. Bidding is open to the public (US & Canada) and people will buy anything... and you may be surprised how much they'll spend and how far they'll come. There is no minimum or maximum for what you can sell. Vehicles, heavy equipment, tools, airplanes, sailboats, IT equipment, kitchen equipment, furniture, ANYTHING... you can list it on Municibid. And, nothing is ever too strange or weird. We've seen it all.
Listing items for auction on Municibid couldn't be easier. Click here for our tutorial which includes tips and tricks for achieving the best results.
"Lower Merion School District continues to have an outstanding relationship with the staff at Municibid. We continue to realize great saving in administrative time and effort managing surplus and continue to generate monies that are directed back into our operating budgets! The district is ecstatic."
You're in good company.
Used and trusted by more than 3,000 governments agencies, authorities, and schools nationally. We continue to grow and expand quickly with over 50 agencies moving to Municibid each month.
"Based on our experience, we recommend other districts strongly consider utilizing the services of Municibid. I have used the services of Municibid in two School Districts, Philadelphia and Neshaminy, and we have had nothing but good experiences. Their business model is conducive to public entities getting the most out of their surplus."